Ok I eliminated all snapshots but the primary and went to defrag it and it doesn't defrag. Well it does sort of but there tons of major gaps. So I used fiddled with it and disabled the preboot screen, rebooted and then tried another defrag (MS standard defragger) still nothing better. So I though maybe I need to do a slack space, empty space wipe with eraser. Did that and now it's even worse as now it looks like half the system is way out in the middle of the disk now and won't defrag. When I ran eraser to erase stuff I got 30,000 errors and said that all these files were locked. I'm wondering if after uninstalling the other snapshots that they somehow locked the space and won't let a rewrite happen in that space? I'm afraid to start adding snapshots from the primary as I don't want to duplicate this fragemented state to any future snapshots. This is strange behavior and really makes me wish I had bought the defragger from raxco. However the defrags were working fine before I uninstalled all the snapshots. The drive looked great. Now it looks very chaotic. Something isn't right.